Skip to main content

About your Search

20130801
20130831
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)
bombshell from edward snowden. a new report details how the nsa has violated the privacy of americans like you not one, not twice but more than a thousands a year since 2008. ♪ >>> she is only 11 years old but she's already won international piano competitions in three k countries and she's going to play at carnegie hall. welcome to you. i'm in for suzanne malveaux and michael holmes. a new wave of violence is erupting in egypt right now. supporters of deposed president morsi has declared this is friday of anger. reza says security forces are battling thousands of protesters in downtown cairo. gun violence and tear gas has been used and dozens of people have been injured. tear gas was fired at protesters headed toward ramsey square. the demonstrators are defieing a state of emergency that limits public gatherings. give us an update on where you are, reza, and what is happening in your view? >> reporter: we're heading back to our office because a curfew will go into effect inless than an hour. we witnessed some awful scenes in this political crisis in egypt. it's escalating into a bloody
worldwide are warned of a terror threat. u.s. embassy a closed and al qaeda is to blame. >>> nsa leaker edward snowden who was holed up in that moscow airport since june is out. he's got a job offer and a new home. we're waiting to hear from the man accused of leaking those confidential u.s. documents. >>> the driver of that train that went off the rails in spain admits he was going twice the speed limit. welcome to "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. >> we missed you. i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company today. >> state department has now issued a travel alert for u.s. citizens. officials are warning of a possible terror attacks. this is across the middle east. they also warn it's africa. it could be al qaeda. >> they are prompting state department officials to close u.s. consulates. they are closed on saturday an friday for the muslim weekend. they will be closed this time and may remain closed for longer if necessary. >> i want to bring in nick payton walsh. talk about what we hear now with this credible and serious threat. what kind of details are you getting? >> report
a response because the information is so sensitive. it's the controversial nsa, electronic surveillance program that picked up the alarming terrorist chatter. >> what we have heard is some specifics on what's intended to be done and some individuals who are making plans such as we saw before 9/11. >> reporter: barbara starr, cnn, washington. >> a global travel alert is in effect for americans traveling outside the united states and the alert could cause disruptions. i want to bring our correspondents in two of those embassies that are closed. john, let's start off with you. how does this affect day-to-day activities where you are and do people feel a sense of threat? >> reporter: all of a sudden we're starting to feel that way to be very candid. this extended closure of the 19 facilities throughout the middle east, north africa and the gulf states have everybody thinking twice about what's on the table. of the 19 that are shut, nine are in the gulf states. to give you a sense of where we are and why security is such an issue. we're about a mile way from the diplomater quarter where the
of that original leak that came out about the nsa. he was then transitting london heathrow airport. they did not release him until 5:00 in the evening. when you consider that 97% of the cases of people being stopped under this terrorism act are released within less than an hour, it goes to show what an unusual case this is. he was kept for the fall nine hours. only 1 in 2,000 cases does that happen to. people are asking why was that the case? it's outraged brazilian diplomats and they're saying this was an abuse of law. his dvds, phone and lap top was taken. the only questions asked was about edward snowden and the leaks. >> you're pulling in journalists spouses or partners and family members that says a lot about freedom of speech, press and expression. >> reporter: exactly. this is why so many members of parliament asking why was he taken in this way. there's so question as to whether or not he was carrying possible information or documents. the guardian did say they paid for his flights. even then many politicians are saying that's still no reason to bring him in under this terrorism act.
situation. >>> just ahead, he's the partner of the man who broke the nsa leaking story. after being detained he's threat ping to take legal action. go anywhere in the world, yo but you had to leave right now, would you go? man: 'oh i can't go tonight' woman: 'i can't.' hero : that's what expedia asked me. host: book the flight but you have to go right now. hero: (laughs) and i just go? this is for real right? this is for real? i always said one day i'd go to china, just never thought it'd be today. anncr: we're giving away a trip every day. download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. we do? i took the trash out. i know. and thank you so much for that. i think we should get a medicare supplement insurance plan. right now? [ male announcer ] whether you're new to medicare or not, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. it's up to you to pay the difference. so think about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they hel
. >>> welcome back. among the stories we're following the partner of the journalist who exposed the nsa surveillance program won a partial victory in court. he was detained and questioned for almost nine hours in london as he was heading home to brazil. authorities confiscated his phone, laptop, and memory sticks and the court ordered them to stop any inspection or disclosure of the information that they actually took from him. the ruling left a loophole and officials are protecting national security and investigating ties to terrorism. >> now, god told me to, that's the reason pope benedict is giving for his surprise resignation earlier this year. the comments were made by a vatican source to a catholic news agency and he went on to say he received the message during a mystical experience and god inspired him to move forward in a life of prayer rather than continue in his role as pope. >>> and her words sparked a wave of reaction online. an american student has written a gripping account of her study abroad trip to india last year. micayla cross describes the country as a traveler's he
. here's a president who's defending drones, defending nsa surveillance, talking about a surgical military strike, who's just winding down two wars and who clearly, if he had his druthers, would not want to do this. but having drawn a red line, as he's done once, and now again, and there's a use of chemical weapons, they believe it's clear inkcontrovertible evidence, whih they will probably declassify some of it to present to the american public. but having drawn that line, the credibility of the united states, and this president seems to be on the line. >> the president will be asked by skeptical members of congress and the american public where is the threat to the united states? where is the imminent or actual threat to the united states from what bashar al assad's regime in damascus is doing? >> he can make the case there's a humanitarian crisis that trumps that. he can make a case that israel is right there on the syrian border and that's the key u.s. ally in the region. he can make the case that if syria continues to disintegrate, what is the domino effect? the question is w
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)